How to burn BIN, CUE, DI, DVD, GI, IMG, ISO, MDS, NRG and PDI images to disc

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  1. InsaneNutter

    InsaneNutter Resident Nutter Staff Member

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    If you have ever downloaded a Linux distribution or software from the internet such as a Driver CD for some hardware, chances are this will be an image of an actual CD/DVD or Blueray disc.
    This guide will show you how to take the image and burn it to a disc so you can use it.

    Step 1
    To get started you will need to download ImgBurn, this is a freeware disc image burning application which can be downloaded directly from Digiex or from The Official ImgBurn Website.
    ImgBurn supports all versions of Windows from Windows 95 to Server 2008 (including all the 64-bit versions), If you use Wine it should also run on Linux.

    Step 2
    Once you have installed ImgBurn load it up and you should be presented with the screen as seen below, Click on write images to disc.
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    Step 3
    Now click the browse button to find the Image you wish to burn to a disc.
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    Step 4
    Once you have selected the Image to be burned to disc all you need to do is press the write button.
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    Step 5
    If you are using a Re-Writable disc and it needs formatting you will be asked to do so.
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    Step 6
    After this the Image Burning will begin, once it has finished a message will popup and tell you so.
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    Congratulations you have now burned your Image to a disc.
     

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  2. dewdoer

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    thanks for info
    i use imgburn sweet
     
  3. Chrille

    Chrille Well-Known Member

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    Great app!

    It works great for me.:) Much easier then "UltraISO".;)
     
  4. bleakside

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    Sorry, yes Insane it would appear I did! I was wondering where my post had actually ended up...
     
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    InsaneNutter Resident Nutter Staff Member

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    I think you have replied to the wrong thread bleakside.
     
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    marwaneray New Member

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    But how much the size of the disc dvd or cd
    4gb ou 8gb
     
  7. InsaneNutter

    InsaneNutter Resident Nutter Staff Member

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    You can get 4.7gb on a DVD
     

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